On December 27th, 2022, Resolution No. 122/2022 was published on the Official Gazette of the Argentine Republic, through which the Industrial Property Institute made official an update in the fees for the procedures carried out through the web portal.
Given the success of the Priority Patent Examination Program in Argentina, which managed to significantly reduce the study and resolution times of patent applications, the National Patent Office established its continuity on a permanent basis.
In Argentina trademarks containing the terms or references to “cannabis”, “marijuana”, “CBD” or a “cannabis leaf image”, are registrable, especially for cannabis plant and its derivatives for medicinal goods — according to most recent modifications introduced by Law N° 27.350 and Regulation‑, but in the last few years, the Trademark Office has also allowed registrations […]Continue reading
The Argentine Trademark Office (“INPI”) established, through Disposition 195/2021, certain criteria for rectifications and waivers proceedings within the framework of the trademark registration procedures. Among other issues, it provides that: It shall be valid for foreign trademark owners ‑and therefore will not be subject to ratification- indicating an alternative way of being known within business […]Continue reading
Our Associate, Shirly Galante, published an article in the IPTango Blog, specialized in Intellectual Property Law and Practice in Latin America. In this article she summarizes some of the challenges and strategies in relation to the procedure for trademark oppositions before the Argentine Trademark Office (INPI), which was modified in 2018. Among other issues, Shirly, highlights […]Continue reading
Through Resolution 194/2020, the INPI ordered the resumption of the course of the deadlines of the procedures under its competence that were suspended by INPI Resolution N°16/20 and its successive extensions. Such resumption will operate as of December 14th, 2020. For more information please contact us at [email protected]
The Argentine Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) moves forward digitalization by providing under Resolution INPI 168/2020 issued on October 19, 2020 that from October 21st, 2020, certificates of patents for inventions and utility models, such as priority documents and certificates on the status of patents and utility models, will be signed and issued only digitally. […]Continue reading
On November 1, 2019, trademark priority documents will be issued only digitally, as ordered by Resolution N° 275/2019 (October 4, 2019) which establishes this new type of issuance as Title V to the Annex of Resolution N° 123/2019 (May 23, 2019). Thanks to this new regulation, priority documents will be issued and signed digitally, and also […]Continue reading
Resolution 201/2019 of the National Institute of Industrial Property of August 16, 2019, published in the Argentinean Trademark Bulletin No. 4844 of August 21, 2019, introduced a series of modifications to Resolution 101/2006 regulating the profession of Industrial Property Agents. The main changes are the following: Requirements to obtain registration (Article 2) It was specified […]Continue reading